What will happen in 2023? Expert forecast for business
Release Date: 01/17/2023
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In this first episode of 2023, we forecast what’s in store for business this year.
Specifically, we focus on key areas such as economic growth, the labour force, inflation, and interest rates.
To discuss this is our guest expert Gavan Ord, Senior Manager of Business Policy at CPA Australia.
Host: Dr Jane Rennie, General Manager Media and Content
Guest: Gavan Ord, Senior Manager of Business Policy at CPA Australia
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